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Evergus and I, men of the jury, lent to this man Pantaenetus one hundred and five minae on the security of a mining property in Maroneia1 and of thirty slaves. Of this loan forty-five minae belonged to me, and a talent to Evergus. It happened that the plaintiff also owed a talent to Mnesicles of Collytus2 and forty-five minae to Phileas of Eleusis and Pleistor.

1 Maroneia was a small district in the mining area of Laurium in Attica.

2 Collytus was a deme of the tribe Aegeïs.

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